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Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Two suspected naxalites killed
Code violation charge against Speaker
IPS officer seeks quashing of FIR
`Disappearance' of his son after jumping parole
Land acquisition delays steel project
Officials' meet takes stock of situation
Security tightened on border with Andhra Pradesh
`Government not a hindrance to higher productivity'
State-level seminar organised to mark Productivity Day
Verdict on Millennium Bismay today
Gifted children are assets to society, the petition says
Bank holds health camp
Bank celebrates the 27th foundation day
Congress seeks additional security
BERHAMPUR: Congress leaders have demanded extra security arrangements in Aska area during the panchayat poll following alleged attacks on supporters. Union Minister and MP Chandrasekhar Sahu also drew the attention of Ganjam SP R. K. Sharma to ...
AIADMK women's wing to stage demo
To urge the Government to hike monthly pension paid to aged persons
Marine Police wing to be set up in Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy has said that the administration was aware of the potential threat of infiltration by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam through coastal areas of the Union Territory. In his address at the 24th ...
We will not go back on promises: Rangasamy
Statue of former MLA unveiled
Citizens urged to exercise their right to franchise
Attention drawn towards Rule 49-0 for Conduct of Elections
Chandigarh power supply affected
CHANDIGARH: Senior officials of the Chandigarh Administration on Monday assessed the damage caused by continuous rain and stormy winds that lashed the City Beautiful during the last 48 hours. The meeting was attended by Finance Secretary S.K. ...
Voter cards on sale in Punjab, alleges BSP
CHANDIGARH: The BSP on Monday alleged that voter cards are on sale in Punjab, with Congress and SAD alluring people by offering liquor and drugs. ``In Amritsar alone, several voter cards were purchased from poor people by paying ...
"U.P. Govt. misusing power"
LUCKNOW: The Congress on Monday alleged that officers in Uttar Pradesh are performing their duties under pressure from the Samajwadi Party (SP) Government due to which issue of photo identity cards has been delayed. Alleging the government of ...
"Industrialisation process in Singur irreversible"
96 per cent of farmers have given consent: Buddhadeb
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